Autumn White

Rookie (April 24,1997- Present / Brandon, Manitoba)

Apparitions And Different Premonitions... A Scene I Suddenly Believed - Poem by Autumn White

Transparent fading memories
Invading my brain
It feels as though i'll go insane
Horrific dreams roaming
In the incense stained air,
Out of nowhere,
A breath of sunshine
Creeps upon my plain but vague wall,
Claiming it's existence upon the sky
See the trees as they sway back and forth
The wind howling as though it were cursing,
Cigarette slowly burning
Peter Frampton playing softly in the background
Tears rolling down my cheeks
Blood making it's way down my arm,
I keep hearing these overlapping voices
Telling me to be a terrible person
Taunting me to cut deeper and deeper
These voice laugh as if they are real
Hallucinating? ...I think not,
I'm not in a good mood,
I'm never in a good mood.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 7, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 11, 2011


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